Whelp, I'm launching the channel. The first legit episode is out. I'm currently doing guides since I think that will be desired for new players when multiplayer 1.3 comes out. Why am I Fox? Because I'm cunning but also aggravating and weird smelling. You veteran farmers will likely know the stuff I'm covering, but I think it'll do good for anyone you are trying to get into the game. Plus, it can be fun to just hear factoids that you may have overlooked. The theme of my channel is that "you don't have to be good to git gud." I use a few programs to live up to this name, Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, Premier Pro, Audition, and FL Studio 12 and I try my best to actually do something with them without any formal training to demonstrate that YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE GOOD... to git gud. I'm sure people will also have fun nit picking any details I get wrong. Newest Episode: Updated (Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018) Welcome to Git Gud Fox A subject of interest to me is how games, like Stardew Valley, capture audiences in the AAA dominated mainstream. I am likely going to make a more laid back video (video editing is a lot of effort) simply discussing the philosophy of why modern games don't appeal to a pretty sizable quantity of gamers. My thoughts on it are that it has many reasons for this, but I want to discuss the "formulaic quality" and "saturation" of AAA games that have made them blur together into 1 category people would likely call "meh." Any ideas you have on why a game like SDV does it for you over your Call of Dutys and Battlefields would be interesting to read.